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Brian H. Breedlove
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Why should I come to Breedlove & Noll, LLP?

First, the initial visit to our office is free of charge. Second, our lawyers have taken hundreds of cases to jury trials with a tremendous record of success. Other top rated law firms retain us to try their cases when it gets to crunch time.

Lawyers are required to attend mandatory continuing legal education. The lawyers in our firm are asked to, and have, trained other lawyers in trial skills courses in these certified programs. We have trained other attorneys in Cross-Examination, Jury selection, and aspects of Accident Reconstruction and Seat Belt issues. These are the skills needed to master the most important aspect of any personal injury case: the Trial. Insurance companies will only negotiate seriously with those lawyers that present them with a legitimate believable threat of a trial before a jury.

How can I tell if a lawyer has the qualifications and experience to handle my case?

Ask him/her what his Trial experience has been? How many jury verdicts has he or she taken in her career? If he/she doesn't want to answer you should move on to someone else. Attorneys are rated by an independent survey of lawyers and judges in the community where they work. We will be happy to show you the ratings when you come and how they apply to us. Suffice it to say we have the highest rating possible.

What questions should I ask a lawyer at our first meeting?

Ask him how many jury trials in State Supreme Court and/or Federal Court he, or the lawyers in his firm have taken to verdict. How will he approach your case? How does he justify the fee he will charge? What rating has he/she achieved in the only nationally recognized survey of judges and lawyers?

How much time will it take to settle my case?

Each case is different. Insurance companies and big corporations only respond to one thing. That is: aggressive actions by the injury victims' lawyers. They have to believe and understand that your case will go to a jury if they don't act fairly and quickly. Insurance companies have no fear of the high volume firms that are interested in quick settlements at the expense of their clients' interests.

Why will an insurance company listen to Breedlove & Noll, LLP?

They know us and they know us well! For over twenty years our lawyers have tried personal injury cases. They know that we will try your case to a conclusion before a jury, if they don't respond fairly. This understanding on their part cuts out a lot of the gamesmanship involved. Since they are confident that we will do the job, they will evaluate your case with an understanding that if they don't, a jury will. As a result, insurance companies will come to the table and negotiate more readily than they will if they are facing a lawyer without our proven record of Courtroom achievement.

Will my case have to go before a jury?

It might. We take cases with a mindset that each case is worthy of a trial and prepare it from day one for that eventuality. Insurance companies know that we take cases with this predetermined mindset. They know that our preparation is immediate, competent, and complete. Therefore, they are more willing to negotiate a case more quickly and fairly, early on in the process.

Should I be concerned that my case will not get the attention it deserves?

Yes, you should be concerned about that in any professional relationship. You will be involved each step of the way. You also have our assurance that your case will be managed by one of our partners so you will always know who to call.

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The Law Firm of Breedlove and Noll, LLP
82 Glenwood Avenue, Queensbury, New York 12804
518-383-9400 / information@breedlovenoll.com
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